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't gone for those tougher sanctions but he has a chance later this week on friday. angela merkel, the german chancellor, will be at the white house for talks. >>> looks like former governor jeb bush could be making another strategic move as he decides whether he will make a run for the white house in 2016. he'll be meeting with high-profile religious leaders next month, including our next guest, a rising star among southern baptist leaders who brings his own flair and a little pop culture to his preaching. dr. russell moore. great to see you. >> good to be with you, gretchen. >> i've seen some of your sermons. you do bring in pop culture. i think that's great because you are very relatable to all different levels of society. my question is, is your approach sort of a new way forward for christian conservatives? >> i'm not sure how new it is. in some ways i think it is very old. christians have always sought to maintain what jesus told us which is to see the world around us as a mission field and to speak to the people around us with both conviction and with kindness with both gra
with big investments there have so effectively pressured angela merkel and david cameron and other european allies not to grant that? what the president is saying, let's hold those back as the next step in case he actually crosses the border and invades. >> that's what they said last time. if you remember and let's be clear because i know when people say, andrea, sectoral sanctions, they think we're advocating hitting the entire sector. we've been consistent from day one that hitting four of the large banks, especially those that are state owned and hitting gas and not the entire sector but sending the message that we're willing to do that. the president has said for some time he's willing to do that. it hasn't occurred and just in what you mentioned, demonstrates how the red line has changed. if you remember last week, we were going to put sanctions in place to move the troops away from the border. now the sanctions are about them going into eastern ukraine. putin in my opinion doesn't really want to go into eastern ukraine unless he has to do that. he right now is trying to build support
. a lot of that was in reaction to some of these stories about, you know, eavesdropping on angela merkel. so that's, you know, some measure of accountability i guess you could say. but, you know, it certainly doesn't go as far as some would like, some reformers who want to see not just an end to the nsa's collection of phone metadata, but an end to all bulk collection by the intelligence community. they'd like to see a warrant requirement for searches of americans' communications in the program called prism. they'd like to see greater disclose enough of -- disclosure of what the other bulk collections are and greater transparency around the overseas collection which we're only now starting to learn a little bit more about. >> clearly, we could continue talking for a long time. there seems to be still many questions, and you can fill out those cards, again, with a question. we will answer those online after this event. i really would hope that you all continue to talk about this issue and, please, join me in thanking bart gellman, ellen nakashima, ashkan soltani and greg timberg for reall
morning angie...it's a packed agenda for president obama and german chancellor angela merkel. the two will meet at the white house on friday. the telegraph reports early this week u.s. and european leaders are expected to reveal an extension to russian sanctions, as the conflict between ukraine and russia escalates. the white house says the sanctions will be targeted on russian individuals and companies. washington has been pushing for tougher economic sanctions on russia, which would have a direct impact on europe. a preliminary report on missing malaysian flight 370 is coming out this week. contents of the report are under wraps, but it's expected to include a safety recommendation for the aviation industry.after nearly two months, the search for the jet has turned up nothing.all leads have hit roadblocks, and a u-s defense official told reuters the search could take years. in today's cover story... college athletes could be one step closer to unionizing... after an historic vote at northwestern university that could allow student athletes to earn more than just thousands of twitter
to these stories you know, on eevels dropping on angela merkel. that's some measure of accountability, i guess you could say. but it tern si doesn't go as far as one would like, some reforemans who want to see not just an end of metadata but an end to all collection by the intelligence community. they would like to see a warrant requirement for searches of americans communications in the program called prism. they'd like to see greater disclosure of what the other collection programs are. and greater transparency around which rseas collection we're learning a little bit more about. >> clearly we could continue talking and there seems still to be many questions and you can fill out those cards again with a question. we will answer those online after this event. i really would hope that you all continue to talk about this issue. please join me in thanking bart tukeshima for letting us walk three and it was an enormous difficult hard and you sea saw how difficult reporting this was. and allen and craig letting us walk through and get a since of what their journey's been like. thank you again. [applau
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